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Vale, Professor Michael Cousins

We are saddened to hear of the passing of Professor Michael Cousins, first FPM Dean (1998-2000) and ANZCA President 2004-2006.

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FPM Board meeting update

This is a report following the FPM Board meetings held in Melbourne on 14 April 2024, the FPM Symposium on Friday 3 May and the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting 3-7 May 2024.

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Our history and heritage

Explore the history of our college and the history of anaesthesia and pain medicine in Australia and New Zealand, including the museum and oral histories.

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AMC and MCNZ accreditation

ANZCA and FPM are accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) and Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) to deliver our training programs, SIMG assessment process and continuing professional development program.

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Specialist international medical graduates

The Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and the Faculty of Pain Medicine have several pathways open to overseas trained anaesthetists and pain medicine specialists. Information on these pathways can be found below.

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Research consultation service

ANZCA now has a dedicated Research Librarian, who will be able to assist you with your research-related queries.

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About the ANZCA library

Your college ID provides free 24/7 online access to one of the world's most comprehensive collections of anaesthesia, perioperative, and pain medicine textbooks, journals, tools guides and databases.

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Information for new fellows

Whether you're starting out as a specialist, or being admitted to fellowship for a second time, here's everything you need to know, from presenting at the college ceremony to building your professional networks.

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ANZCA Foundation

The foundation dedicates around $1.5 million to medical research each year; supports our Indigenous health and overseas aid activities; and raises the profile of college-supported research.

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ANZCA Professional Practice Research Network (PPRN)

The purpose of the Professional Practice Research Network (PPRN) is to promote research in professional practice.

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